For years, individual Dynamo users have achieved significant productivity on their projects with visual scripting. What would happen if the whole project team was using the program? HMC Architects’ BIM Technologist Tadeh Hakopian will explore this question at Autodesk University 2020 in a session titled “Deploying Dynamo to Your Company: Getting Everyone to Node and Code” on November 17.
Dynamo Studio is a visual programming environment that enables designers to write code, explore conceptual designs, and integrate automation into the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process. In his session, Hakopian will share how to access shared Dynamo resources in a coordinated and effective way and move this tool from the individual to the collective. By encouraging universal access, project teams will see a boost in digital transformation and productivity.
BIM is so much more than a technology—it’s a complex design and construction process that helps architects create innovative buildings of the future. The process encompasses several different design tools and methods with the end goal of making every phase of construction and design as efficient, safe, and cost-effective as possible. Coding provides designers with new capabilities and flexibility on their projects and Hakopian regularly shares his knowledge to encourage efficiencies in project workflows to help designers bring value to their firms and clients.
Autodesk University brings together engineers, builders, and creators to explore new ways of imagining, designing, and making. At AU 2020, industry professionals will learn alongside their peers in architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, and media and discover emerging technologies and trends to achieve a “new possible.” To learn more, or register for this virtual event, visit Autodesk University’s website.